Crazy burger dudes are opening a southern- and southwest-style place March 1 in the old Morning Star Cafe space, SW 3rd and Morrison.
Every now and then I manage to squeeze out a newsletter called the Breakfast Bulletin. It’s not really all about breakfast anymore, but it’s a semi catchy name. The latest issue, January 2013, is out now, with breakfast news and reviews, a list of upcoming events, and a way for you to win either a prize…
There’s one less downtown Portland breakfast place, now that the Morning Star, SW 3rd and Morrison, closed over the holidays.
Updates to my Portland breakfast guidebook, plus how to keep up with the “Portland Breakfast Guy.”
Verde Cocina’s new Pearl District location puts to rest, again, the myth about all the good Portland brunch spots having long lines.
The Hawthorne Street Cafe has been around for years. It’s charming, sweet and friendly, and if the food was better it would be the king of Portland breakfast places.
Jam on Hawthorne has expanded and improved, making it one of the most popular places on the Portland Breakfast scene. And I thought it was just about their amazing lemon-ricotta pancakes!
This Sunday, June 3, I will be selling books in the author’s booth at the Wilsonville Festival of the Arts, from 10 to 5. I’ll have Breakfast in Bridgetown as well as 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Portland and Best Tent Camping in Oregon. I thought I might have the new edition of Day…
Man, this made some creaking noises when I wrote it. Just needed to get a breakfast review out, though, on principle. The headline is, Nice New Brunch Downtown, No Lines.
I was so wrong about Broder. I said in my book that I didn’t think the food was that great. I guess I was “right” in that I was honest about my feelings. It’s just that I went back recently and, well, the food is great! Not sure what I was thinking before, but I’m…